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A Question for Randy Thornton or Anyone!!!

Discussion in 'Archive' started by WDWGuy08, May 28, 2007.

  1. WDWGuy08

    WDWGuy08 Member

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    I have been hearing rumors, since March 2007, that there will be Expanded Score releases for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Released sometime, soon. Can anyone confirm this? Mr. Thornton? Also, what can you tell me about these releases, if the rumors are true? # of Tracks, # of CD's... Please let me know, Thanks All and Take Care!



    -WDWGuy08-
     
  2. The Trout

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    Since Black Pearl's score both a) sucks and b) is the same thing over and over and over again, I could live without an expansion. DMC, on the other hand, is more than worthy of two discs. That said, I don't imagine it'll happen - soundtrack scores have a seriously niche audience. The money to be had from an additional score release is minimal at best.
     
  3. almandot

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    and yet oddly something like Shrek gets both soundtrack and score releases for both films :p
     
  4. BLM07

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    For the record, I like Shrek's score. ;)
     
  5. Club 33

    Club 33 Playlist Author

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    Well, I disagree with you on the COTBL point, I personally like all three scores, but you are right about it being kind of a niche. That being said, the DMC soundtrack sold quite well and the remixes on iTunes have also done well. Therefore I would say it is not outside of the scope of possibility that Disney releases more of the soundtrack on iTunes, since there is a much smaller risk there and no need to invest in making physical CDs.

    So it could happen, I'm not sure if it will.
     

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